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Cinema Oblivia


Your home for discussions on disregarded, tossed aside, thrown away, outdated, out-of-fashion or otherwise unremembered films.

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Last week I watched Batman & Robin for the first time and I unironically loved it so much. Seriously, I think it's an amazing movie and maybe the best Batman movie ever made. more

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Diamond Feit and I cannot stop talking about 1970s plane disaster TV movies! We're back with two more, the ludicrous Murder on Flight 502 and the absolutely bonkers SST: Death Flight! more

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The 70s were rife with TV movies about bad things happening on planes, and we're talking about two of them today! Diamond Feit joins me to talk about William Shatner, ghost druids, Marjoe Gortner, drunk doctors, Christopher George, and more!

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I'm back! And I brought Anthony Abatte with me so we could talk about The Last Stand, a movie starring one of the biggest movie stars of all time (Arnold Schwarzenegger) that only came out 11 years ago, but has somehow managed to be completely forgot... more

2 months ago


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4.3 out of 5 stars from 12 ratings
  • Politics right out the gate during the intros, hard pass

    Podcast Addict
    3 years ago
  • Great show talking about some interesting films

    Podcast Addict
    3 years ago
  • Excited for more!

    I have been following Lost Turntable on Twitter for awhile now so I know his taste in movies are unique and he knows his stuff. First episode was fun and informative and definitely has me excited for more. If you like different, old, or obsucre movies you should check it out.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago

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